Andersonville Physical Therapy

You Don’t Have to Live with Foot and Ankle Pain.

Our feet are an integral part of healthy movement and posture. They connect us to the earth and determine every step we take. Unfortunately 75% of us will experience foot and ankle pain throughout our lives. Foot pain can slow us down and also contribute to pain and injuries in your knees and hips.

Physical Therapy Can Help You Get the Spring Back Into Your Step and Move Better for Life

A healthy foot is strong and flexible allowing the joints of the foot and ankle to work together to absorb shock, maintain balance, and propel you forward with each step.

At Andersonville, you’ll always work one-on-one with a licensed physical therapist—no aides or assistants. Our physical therapists will evaluate your injury, design a unique treatment plan for you and give you the tools to be successful at achieving your goals.

Your exercises will focus on restoring normal mobility, strength, alignment and function of your entire lower body. We’ll provide guidance for balance and endurance training, and sport-specific mechanics as we progress your rehabilitation and get you back to the life you love.

Common Foot Problems We Treat

  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Tendonitis of the Achilles, Posterior Tibialis, Extensor Digatorum and Peroneal tendons
  • Arthritis in the arch (midfoot) or at the big toe.
  • Morton’s neuroma
  • Metatarsalgia
  • Stress Fractures.
  • Ankle Fractures and Sprains
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Heal Today’s Injury — Move Better for Life

If you have persistent foot or ankle pain you may benefit from physical therapy. After a thorough foot, lower body and gait evaluation, we identify your foot type and the amount of support your foot needs. We recommend a footwear solution that will work best to keep your foot and entire lower body in a neutral position.

To schedule an appointment, complete our appointment form or call our Chicago office in Andersonville at (773) 907-3599 during regular business hours. We are a passionate team ready to help you get back on your feet and back in the game.